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Sep 28, 2012 9:00am EDT
, at the end of that period of time? >> the law in new zealand provides that students must be in school until 16, but typically our students will stay until they're 17 or 18. we expect they have schools that have -- and equip them for the 21st century. relationship management, judgment, communication. we expect that they will have passed a national examination comprised of different achievement standards that get them on the pathway they have chosen. >> what percentage of youngsters that go through what we call 1 through 12 go on to further education? >> i cannot give you an exact number, but significant numbers. we distinguish between university education, technical education, and training for the workspace. but all of our students who graduate, from high school, it would be up in the high 80% to 90%. >> what are you going to take away from this summit meeting? >> one of the key things, and actually it is represented in the structural assessment, is collaboration. we have government, unions, and we have teacher practitioners. one of the very clear things is the importance of collaboration, p
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